Our annual Cards for Good Causes stall will be opening for business on 16th October, which means that Tuesdays Till Two will be migrating to the café end of the church. There are six dates altogether:
22nd October: Latino Sound (Latin)
29th October: Caroline Trutz & Eleanor Turner (Vocals+Electro-Acoustic Harp)
5th November: Tala Tarang (Tablas + Electro-Acoustic Harp)
12th November: Hicks & Goulbourn (Guitars+Vocals Folk/Jazz)
19th November: Diana Nash & Stephen Hession (Easy Listening+Musical Theatre)
26th November: Sara Hawkes & Stephen Hession (Jazz and Blues Classic Songs)
St John’s will also be one of the venues for the Gateway Film Festival which takes place in various locations in Peterborough and Wisbech between 13th and 17th November. Two films will be screened in St John’s on 16th November. Between 2pm and 4pm there will be a screening of the oldest surviving animated feature film, Lotte Reiniger’s “The Adventures of Prince Achmed”. This will be followed by a shadow-puppet making workshop where you’ll be able to make your own Reiniger style shadow-puppets. Then at 6pm there will be a screening of Jean Cocteau’s “La Belle et la Bête” (Beauty & The Beast).
St John’s will also be the venue for a Vintage and Retro fair on Saturday 30th November. This free event will take place between 10am and 4pm. For more details please visit this facebook event.